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Old 02-11-2015, 02:54 AM   #5
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The first two DI books that I purchased were "And the Truth Shall Set You Free" and "Children of the Matrix" back in 2009. I was blown away by the information and so impressed with Icke's unique connect-the-dots style of writing that I quickly bought the rest of his books soon after. It wasn't until about 2 or 3 years ago that I set out to find Icke's earlier books, particularly the material he wrote in the late 80's and early 90's i.e. "It Doesn't Have To Be Like This", "Truth Vibrations", "Days of Decision", "In the Light of Experience", and "Heal the World". All of these books are exceptionally well written and highly interesting. Icke explores many metaphysical subjects extensively in these works that I have not seen discussed in great detail in his later material. I have not bought a copy of "Love Changes Everything" yet, but I am eager to give it a read. This early era I feel is often overlooked by Icke's readers which is a shame, because they are missing out on some good reading!

And yes, it's quite useful to have a pen and paper handy when you're reading some of DI's books. As I'm reading I like to take notes to use for later research purposes when I'm cross checking/referencing information on the Net and elsewhere.
"Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes." -- Carl Jung
"The educated person is one who knows how to find out what he does not know" -- George Simmel

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